Wilson & Haubert, PLLC is based in North Little Rock, Arkansas and practices in estate planning and probate, business law, elder law, family law, bankruptcy, appeals, civil disputes, criminal defense, and gun trusts. We currently serve the following cities and their surrounding areas: Batesville, Benton, Bryant, Cabot, Conway, Clarksville, Jonesboro, Russellville, Searcy, Little Rock and North Little Rock.
Dennis K. Wilson is a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law. He served as a law clerk for the honorable Morris S. Arnold, Federal Appeals Court Judge for the United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Judicial Circuit. Before opening his own firm in 1996, Dennis practiced Estate Law with Miller Looney & Associates of Little Rock, Arkansas.
As a member of the Arkansas Bar Association Estate and Trust sections and Arkansas Bar Association Elder Law Legislative Review Committee, Dennis has lectured extensively on Estate Planning, Charitable Gift Planning, and Elder Law issues to attorneys, insurance professionals and other groups. Dennis is a member of WealthCounsel, the Arkansas Children’s Hospital Professional Advisors Counsel and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He is one of a small group of attorneys in Arkansas concentrating on Asset Protection relating to Elder Law issues as well as traditional asset protection for individuals and business owners. He practices statewide in the areas of Asset Protection, Estate Planning, Elder Law, Trusts, and Charitable Gift Planning.
In addition to his legal background, Dennis is an ordained Baptist minister with degrees in Biblical Languages, Philosophy and a Masters in Theology, and he currently serves as pastor of the Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church of Cabot, Arkansas. He has served as legal counsel for various planned giving groups including churches associated with The American Baptist Association, The Southern Baptist Convention, The Church of Christ, as well as institutions and organizations including The Missionary Baptist Seminary of Little Rock and The Arkansas Baptist Foundation.
At Wilson and Haubert, Dennis practices in the areas of Estate Planning, Business Law, & Elder Law.
Brandon grew up in Clarksville, Arkansas, where he learned the most important parts about lawyering: How to work hard, how to to work smart, and how to work out problems with other people. The rest he picked up in law school and his first few years of practice, but he firmly believes that most of what makes him a good advocate is what he learned growing up.
Before law school, he attended Arkansas Technical College and earned a bachelor’s degree in business. This is where he learned about business, which guides his approach to lawyering—He likes to emphasize efficiency, customer service, and communication. The law is not merely a business, but it definitely is at least a business. Brandon serves his clients best when this firm is running like a machine.
Brandon did well in law school and earned the distinction of “Honors” upon graduation and also got his M.B.A., which has been helpful starting a law firm. But grades are only so important. He also built an excellent reputation with members of the legal community when he clerked for the Arkansas Attorney General, Federal Public Defender, and various firms in Little Rock. He has built a practice around these relationships and the reputation he has for honesty, candor, and care.
He handles estate planning and probate, along with any litigation issues that accompany those fields. He also handles criminal defense and bankruptcy. He feels a little unique in my ability to wear both of those hats. Most lawyers want to either draft the trust or fight about the trust. Brandon can do both.
Brandon co-founded the firm Wilson and Haubert, PLLC, three days after he received his results from the Bar exam. If he could go back and do this over, he suspects he would do many things differently but has never regretted the decision to start something new. It has not been easy, but it was the right decision.
He is excited about the future of law and the future of Wilson and Haubert. As the firm continues to adopt better technology, expand into new geographical areas, and hire excellent staff, the hope to be able to serve more people better.
Professional Associations and Memberships:
Arkansas Children’s Hospital Professional Advisory Council
American Bar Association
Arkansas Bar Association
Pulaski County Bar Association
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Degen Clow joined Wilson and Haubert, PLLC in 2015 after serving as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for several years in Pulaski County. During that time, he spent almost every day in court, which he now considers his office away from the office. He developed confidence and, most importantly, learned what it takes to beat a criminal charge.
Before law school, Degen graduated from UAMS with a degree in Cardio-Pulmonary Care and worked as a respiratory therapist. And before that he attended the University of Arkansas where he was a member of the Razorback football team.
He is licensed to practice law in all Arkansas state courts, as well as the United States District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas.
Degen and his wife Lauren live in Benton with their three children, Davis, Arden and McCall.
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Stewart grew up in Helena, Arkansas. He graduated with Honors from the William H. Bowen School of Law in Little Rock and trained with the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. His practice includes family law, criminal defense and prisoners’ rights. Stewart is a qualified Dependency/Neglect Attorney ad Litem, Domestic Relations Attorney ad Litem and an advisor to the Central Arkansas ReEntry Coalition, an organization that assists citizens returning from incarceration as they reenter society.
Before practicing law full-time, he worked as a software developer, Chief Privacy & Security Officer and in-house counsel. Stewart leverages technical expertise and experience to his clients’ advantage. He provides critical legal and technical skill as the impact of digital information and evidence expand in criminal prosecution and domestic relations.
Stewart lives in Little Rock with his wife Heather, an anesthesiologist/pain management specialist, and their children, Ellis Ann and Jaeger.
Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Pulaski County Bar Association
Central Arkansas ReEntry (CARE)
Coalition HelpYourself Community Resource Directory
Publisher Systems and Methods for Transitional Care Management, co-inventor, US patent no. 40925-0002P01
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Stefan K. McBride is an Arkansas family lawyer and joined Wilson and Haubert, PLLC in 2013 to complement its long-established estate-planning practice. With the addition of Stefan and his experience as an Arkansas family lawyer, Wilson & Haubert can now boast that it offers a truly comprehensive approach to protecting what matters—both financial and personal. His family-law practice centers around the areas of adoption, child custody, child support, divorce, and guardianship.
Stefan graduated from the Bowen School of Law in Little Rock, Arkansas, where he served as Associate Notes Editor of the UALR Law Review and President of the Christian Legal Society. He was also one of the founding members of the Arkansas Journal of Social Change and Public Service and received two top-paper awards. Before moving to Little Rock, Stefan graduated with a Master’s of Divinity (M.Div.) from Southern Seminary and served as a church planter.
He lives with his wonderful wife Carman in the charming Kingwood section of Little Rock. She teaches in the Little Rock School District.
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Landon was born and raised in Batesville, Arkansas and is proud to call Batesville his hometown. Before joining Wilson and Haubert in 2018, Landon practiced in Little Rock with one of the largest national law firms in Arkansas with over 500 attorneys and 25 offices nationwide where he regularly worked with some of the largest corporations in Arkansas and the nation, as well as small and medium-sized companies. His experience in working on large scale transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, and other strategic transactions, as well as all matters related to corporate governance and business development is what sets him apart in Batesville. When asked what excites him most about coming back home to Batesville he said “I am just so thrilled and blessed to be able to get back to my hometown where I will be able to use my skills and expertise in business and transactional law, as well as other areas of the law affecting individuals and businesses, in order to help facilitate the economic growth and development of our wonderful community.”
Landon’s practice includes the representation and advisement of various areas of the law and matters affecting corporations, limited liabilities companies, and other business entities including formation, development, access to capital, strategic transactions, contracts, real estate, banking, bankruptcy, governance, and regulatory matters. His practice also includes the representation of individuals in matters involving real estate, contract law, asset protection, estate planning, probate, bankruptcy, elder law, and certain business and contractual related disputes.
Landon is very proud of his academic achievements during law school where he graduated Magna Cum Laude, with honors, and in the top 14% of his class. During law school, he served on the Editorial Board of the Law Review at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock – William H. Bowen School of Law where his article analyzing specific patent law was published in 2015.
Prior to attending law school, he gained over 5 years of experience in the oil and gas industry with such major corporations as Schlumberger, Baker Hughes, and Southwestern Energy focusing on wireline field engineering, production fluid chemistry, and environmental analysis. Landon earned a degree in Biology from Hendrix College in 2006.
Landon is excited to be back in Batesville with his wife Megan and their son Parker where his goal is to help local businesses and individuals navigate complex areas of the law in order to achieve the best possible outcome for each client. In describing his passion for business development and his community, he stated “The recent economic growth and development in Batesville and the community at large has been outstanding, and I want to help continue and even accelerate that trend by helping businesses and individuals provide the most value in their endeavors and maximize their potential.”
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Greg Crumpton is Of Counsel for Wilson and Haubert, PLLC. His office is located in Cabot, Arkansas, where he grew up and is now raising his own three children. He handles a variety of cases, but concentrates on: criminal defense, personal injury, divorce, civil litigation, real estate litigation and business litigation. He is licensed to practice law in all Arkansas state courts, as well as the United States District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas. He is also licensed to practice law in the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Greg is a lifelong resident of Cabot. He has three children and enjoys hunting, fishing, and being outdoors in his spare time.
Mr. Crumpton graduated from the UALR Bowen School of Law in 2006 and graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2003. He was voted Lonoke County’s Best lawyer in 2011 and served as President of the Lonoke County Bar Association in 2010.
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Cecelia Rutledge Wilson is a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock with a Bachelors degree in Computer Information Systems. A native of Batesville, Arkansas, Cecelia currently serves as Office Manager and Personal Assistant to her husband Dennis in his law practice at Wilson and Haubert, PLLC.
Whenever scheduling an appointment, Cecelia will be your contact at 501.372.1212.
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Meghan Gardner joined Wilson and Haubert, PLLC in 2016 as a legal assistant at the Clarksville location. She attended Arkansas Tech University in Russellville and is a native to this area. She loves her community having spent nearly a decade working in customer service and management. Ms. Gardner is also a notary and presents a calm, helpful and supportive demeanor as she handles clients’ immediate needs while patiently explaining procedures for multiple attorneys who specialize in Family law, Estate Planning, Criminal Law, and Bankruptcy. This skill is vital with Wilson and Haubert’s expanding locations around Arkansas. From clients with a small town point of view to clients from the great capital city, Meghan has the heart and the confidence to ensure every potential client feels safe and comfortable with our family here at Wilson and Haubert, PLLC.
When contacting or scheduling an appointment with one of our attorneys Meghan will be happy to assist you, contact her at 501-372-1212 or 479-754-2512.
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Callie Steadman entered the legal field in 2013 when she began work at the Lonoke County Circuit Clerk’s office. During her time there, she provided support to judicial offices, attorneys and other court staff. She took the knowledge she gained from the court system and transitioned to the position of legal assistant in 2014. Callie is a longtime resident of Cabot. She enjoys outdoor activities and is passionate about animal rescue.
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Cassie Quarry graduated summa cum laude from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock with a Bachelors degree in history and minor in political science. She entered the legal field in 2010 and applies her years of experience in her role as legal assistant to Greg Crumpton. Cassie currently resides in Cabot, Arkansas with her husband.
When contacting Greg Crumpton, P.A., Cassie will be happy to assist you, contact her at 501.941.1937.